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Vladislav Namestnikov 12/14
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Will be out until February with a right shoulder injury
 
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Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

The team is expected to cut the roster down to 22 players, and as such one of the two will need to be either moved or sent down.

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Greg Holst - 1954
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SIMON WHEELDON
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Rangers Finding Their Way
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 3:36:18 PM - October 30, 2015

The Rangers have started off the 2015-2016 season as a 6-2-2 team that looks like a team that isn't mising a beat from last seasons team that was the best during the regular season. If the Rangers play to the same pace throughout the season, they would play to around 112 points. The reality is that this Rangers team, has a long way to go to be as good as last years club. The best part about this team is that they know they are just feeling their way through the start of the season and they don't seem to have their sights on winning the regular season, but staying ready for the long playoff run through the playoffs.

There have been a few changes on this years team as the cap causes that along with father time making players retire. Gone are players such as Martin St. Louis and in his role is Victor Stalberg who through the 1st 10 games has 1 goal, 3 assists and a +5. Gone is Carl Hagelin due to his new $4 million contract caphit which opened up a spot for Wolfpack graduate Oscar Lindberg who leads the team with 5 goals-2 assists and a +6. Out is great backup Cam Talbot (who became a starter in Edmonton) and the Rangers traded for Antii Raanta who has started of 2-0-0 with a .50 goals against and a .978 save %.  Anthony Duclair was moved out in the Keith Yandle trade and the Rangers have a contract spot open and waiting for Pavel Buchnevich for when the KHL season is over. Yandle is a huge plus over the departed John Moore. Hunwick and Kostka weren't brought back in favor of Rafeal Diaz and Chris Summers. Connor Allen was replaced on the Rangers depth chart by Brady Skjei. Kristo,Chris Bourque, Joey Crabb, Chris Mueller, and goalie Missianeen replaced by Gibbons, Adam, Megna, and Hellburg. Prospects that turned pro are Tambellini and Bodie who both are looking comfortable in Hartford. Stoll and Etem are both on the Rangers as the 12th and 13th forwards. The Rangers seem stronger and deeper than last years group and putting Tanner Glass in the AHL to make caproom.

The Rangers still need to figure out what they want to do for the longterm. This season they had to move Carl Hagelin and made a nice trade to fill the hole with a prospect that has started off strong and added depth in Emerson Etem plus Ryan Gropp. Who will the Rangers need to move to keep the core together longterm and stay competitive? Nash is the easy answer, Girardi or Staal makes the Rangers shake things up alittle more.

LET'S GO RANGERS!!!




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